Jan 20, 2013 8:30am PST
the formal public viewing, a replay of the ceremony if you will, tomorrow, the fourth time barack obama is sworn in as president of the united states. >> and meanwhile, as we look at the white house, i worn if he is in there saying okay, let's get things stirred up because the patriots and the raven will be playing the afc championships for the second year in a row today. you may want to watch it. you can watch it at 3:30 on cbs 5 and then we have the 5th quarter afterwards. >> and of course there is the 49er game that is coming up at noon. everybody will be watching that one. there are a lot of big watch partys in the area for today's game against the falcons. >> that is right. we sat down with two of the biggest 49er plan, the former mayor billy brown and the question is compared to other cities like denver and boston, is san francisco really a football town the way it use to be? >> yes, they are. they just happen to be far more distant from their natural environment. their natural environment was golden gate park, all of the areas. >> had golden days for joe montana and -- . >> n
Jan 17, 2013 10:00pm PST
president obama's request of $10 million to renew the study of gun violence. >> so forget everything you know about immigration and california. the face of our state is literally changing. cbs5 reporter len ramirez shows us how. >> reporter: california has always been diverse, but now the meting pot it taking on a more asian flavor, a lot more. according to the u.s. census asians have replaced latinos as the biggest group of immigrants coming to the golden state. ann jose vice mayor madison gwynn says you can see the change everywhere you look. she's now one of three asian americans on the san jose city council. >> we're seeing this huge shift among asian american immigrants, but again i'm not surprised given the fact that here in the silicon valley we have seen that shift the last decade or so. >> reporter: the numbers show it's a big change. asian immigration is well over two time that of latinos. mexican immigration to the united states both legal and illegal has fallen sharply after decades of surging growth. much has to do with border enforcement, jobs and the california economy.